How to Develop and Execute an Effective Strategic Plan

The sustainability and relevance of member associations hinge on proactive governance, data-driven decision-making, strategic execution, and a commitment to continuous improvement. By embracing these principles, associations can navigate challenges, seize opportunities, and thrive in an ever-changing landscape.

In this webinar Nick Koerbin Executive Director of Association Executive Services and Scott Wade State Manager of the Tasmanian Association of Police and Community Youth Clubs Inc (TPCYC) will discuss the concept of strategic planning for associations and will cover the following:

  • Why have a strategic plan in the first place?
  • What are the key elements of a strategic plan?
  • How to engage your Board with the strategic planning process
  • 5 things that you must do to ensure your strategic plan works
  • Using your strategic plan as a tool for managing change

Event Details

  • Date: Thursday 14 March
  • Time: 12 noon to 1.00pm
  • Venue: Online via Zoom 
  • Cost: 
    • AES Members: FREE
    • Non-Members: $50


About the Presenters 

Scott Wade, State Manager, Tasmanian Association of Police and Community Youth Clubs Inc
Scott is the State Manager of the Tasmanian Association of Police and Community Youth Clubs Inc (TPCYC) the peak body for PCYC clubs throughout Tasmania.  The purpose of the PCYC is to strengthen positive relationships between young people, the community, and police. Scott has considerable experience in managing associations in particular sporting organisations and for 16 years was CEO of AFL Tasmania and instrumental in managing significant change.  Scott is also an accomplished AFL footballer having played 282 Senior Games including three seasons for Hawthorn.

Nick Koerbin, Executive Director, AES

With over 30 years of management expertise, Executive Director and Founder of AES, Nick Koerbin is one of the most experienced NFP leaders in Australia. He has held positions as the CEO of Materials Australia, the National Parts Code, as well as senior positions in the Institute of Insurance, Australian Quality Council, the Financial Planning Association, the Australian Human Resources Institute, and the Furniture Industry Association of Australia. Nick created AES with a vision of creating a set of management practices that could be consistently followed to ensure success. Over his 30 years in the industry, he noticed that inconsistent management practices often impeded delivery of services to members, which in turn created issues with membership renewal. By establishing AES and creating the NFP Association Best Practice Self-Assessment, Nick has been able to assist leaders in becoming more confident and informed decision makers so that they can create more effective strategies and implementation plans.


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